Idaho Falls Vacations
Major Attractions in Idaho Falls
The city has a bustling downtown that hosts the state's Museum of Idaho. The museum's two permanent exhibitions showcase Idaho's state history as well as a look into the larger American story. One exhibit, "The Race for Atomic Power" showcases vestiges from the nuclear boom such as a nuclear-powered light bulb and artifacts from the world's first nuclear reactor. With Idaho Falls car rentals, you can discover the other side of the coin (and the town): the Greenbelt. Set along the Snake River, this 5-mile reserve offers the typical park fare, such as trails, a disc golf course, and campgrounds. However, the Greenbelt is also an activity hub for the city. And why not? The Chamber of Commerce is located within the belt's limits as well as individual parks and three separate war memorials. The Greenbelt also hosts the city's farmer's market.
Annual Events in Idaho Falls
From May to October each year, the Idaho Falls Farmers Market is held in the Greenbelt. With around 50 vendors each year, the farmers market has everything from grass-fed beef and raw milk, to jams from the city's fruit farms, and of course, ready-to-eat BBQ.
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Accommodation in Idaho Falls
If you and your family are organizing a trip to Idaho Falls it would be a smart move to book a room in advance, as there are only a handful of accommodations here. Check out Travelocity's Idaho Falls lodging guide for a comprehensive list of available options.
The Blue Heron Inn and South Fork Inn - Rigby are possibilities in this location.